Web Padlock Publisher's description
from Leithauser Research
Web Padlock lets you control what Web pages can be viewed on your computer
Web Padlock is a program that provides access control and usage management over your computer's Web browser. This gives you control over what Web pages can be viewed on your computer. Once installed, Web Padlock blocks other Web browsers (like Internet Explorer, Netscape, or America Online) from running. This leaves Web Padlock as the only available Web browser. In order to view any Web page on Web Padlock when Web Padlock is in the locked mode, that Web page must have been added to the authorized Web page list. A user selected password is required to add Web pages to this list. This provides the person who installs Web Padlock with the ability to completely control access to the Internet on that computer. This program is most useful in a business setting, where the supervisor needs the ability to control what Web sites employees can visit. It can also be useful in a family setting, however, to give parents control of the computer to block children from viewing certain sites. Web Padlock can be unlocked using the password to allow free Web surfing using Web Padlock. The password can also be used to turn off the blocking of other Web browsers, like Internet Explorer. In this way, Web Padlock can be used not only to control what sites are visited, but when the Web can be accessed. If you decide that you do not want to use Web Padlock at all, it can easily be uninstalled using the password.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall